Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, March 16, 1915, Image 1

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    T he C oquille H erald
VOL. 33,
NO. 26
CITY DIRECTORY FROM THF NATIONAL CAPITAL
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1915.
of tbe commission. The situation
is similar in the Post Office depart­
ment where two thousand dollar I
cleiks are giving instructions to
$8,000 postmasters throughout the Co-operation Means
country The only officers of the
Working Together
Government receiving larger salar-
By T . N. Carver
ies than the commissioners are the
president, vice president, speaker, !
judges ol tbe subreme court, and
certain ambassadors. Col. George
W. Goetbals, who built the Panama |
Canal, receives the same salary as
tbe tiade commissioners
PER YEAR »1.60
will all have to study geography, by
and by. I foresee “ geography teas’ ’
Fralemai and Benevolent Order
in the society columns
Events of Interest Reported
The Domestic Science lesson was Compiled by State Bureau of
M. — Regular meeting of
For The Herald
Cooperative Marketing
Chadwick Ixxlge No. 68 A. F. A A
Industrie* and Statistics
greatly enjoyed Tbe lesson lor the
M.. Ht Masonic Hall, every Saturday
O
f
Farm
Products
next
meeting,
March
22,
will
be
night in euch month on or before th
(By J. & Jones.)
full moon.
D. I). P ikhcb , W . M.
Fox sawmill at Noti has resumed
chapter five of tbe text book.
FAV O R A GAO RULE
K. H. M a s t , Se cre tar y.
operations.
Oregon Agricultural C o l l e g e ,
Forty-one Democratic senators
Corvallis,— That farming is some­
K. 8 .— Uegmar meeting of Beulah
The Real Romance
Eastern Oregon experts big grain
• Chapter No. 6, second and (ourtt) have gone on record in favor of a
thing more than producing agri­
and fruit crops.
Friday evening» of each month, in Ma
rule
to
apply
the
cloture,
and
limit
eonic Hall.
cultural products and should be re- (Ben H Lampman.Gold Hill News)
M a b y A . P ib b ck , W . M.
Grinding Silica at Terrabonne is
debate, and probabilities are the
garded as a business as well as an
Oil that myterious mountain, be-
A nna L aw bkn cb h e c .,
a new industry.
questiou will be met at the next
| occupation, was the central thought j side the river Wham, where leaps
session of Congress
Heretofore
r O. O. F .— Coquille Lodge No. 5 3 ,1 ,0
in the lecture of cooperative market the crystal fountain at any hour
Albina public market, Portland,
1 . O. F., meet» every Saturday night senators bave been privileged to
ing of farm products delivered by that am, I met the perfect maiden, 's ' ° ^ e n l * rf5*d.
n Odd Fellows Hall.
talk as long as their power, ot hu-
C,VIL SERV,CE TOP,CS
H . B. M oobk , N. Q .
C. K. Bassett to the Agricultural her eyes with luster laden—-serenely
Ashland has substantial improve-
J. S. I. a w h i n c i , Sec.
man endurance would sustain them. ' The third annual convention of
College Farmers’ Week students. we sat down to talk of scrambled ®euts under way.
am ie r e b e k a H lodge , n o . 20 The theory bas prevailed that the ,Be National Association of Civil
| Mr. Bassett is specialist in the office eggs and ham. We did not speak Slayton— John Thoma will build
I. o . O. F., meets every second and Senate is a deliberative body and ; S«,v 'ce Employees recently met in
L
j.
of markets, United States depart of money, we did not rant of love— an $1800 bungalow.
fourth Wednesday nights in Odd Fellows
should not be restrained in the lull Washington, and one of the princi-
flail.
E l la A ndihhon , N. G,
raent of agriculture.
the moon, a globe of honey, be­
Portland flouring mills will erect
A nnil L aw rence . Hec.
consideration of all matters of legis- Pa* f°P'cs discussed related to re­
“ Up to now,” said Mr. Bassett, nignly beamed ab.ove— but lightly
It is not the hard work or the ex­
a $20,000 warehouse. ^
lation. A great many of the sénat- 1 t'remeDt
the superannuated ero-
“ Ihe farmer has almost entirely dis- did our chatter upon 'the zephyr
/"'O Q U IL L E ENCAM PM ENT, No. 25
While posure or eveu the poverty of the
E A. McGrath erects a $40,000
K j I. O. O. F., meets the firstand third ors have felt that this principle has | Ploy«« °f the Government
farmer
or
his
wife
that
makes
farm
;reK»rded
the business end of his coast- we spoke of buckwheat bat­
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
; private corporations like the Inter-
apartment at Portland.
been
so
abused
by
reason
of
filibust
J. S. B arton , C. I’ .
life so unattractive to so many of | wor^> leaving these quite largely to ter and how to butter toast.
ering methods and the like, that jt ; national Harvester Company, the
J. h . L a w r e n c e . Hec.
Independence— Two miles of bard
Numerous agencies
our people. It is the lack of team his banker.
On that mysterious mountain be­
Ford
automobile
concern,
and
other
surface
road built uerth.
nights of p y t h i a s . — Lycurgus is high time that some restraint
work.
I have never known men have succeeded quite largely i n side the river Wham, where lisps
Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights should be placed upon the indis­ natioual institutions h a v e b e e n
placing
farming
upon
a
scientific-
Sutbetliu—
Coles valley electric
and women, particularly young
the secret fountain unbrooked by
in W . O. W . Hall.
criminate use of debates, the object making provision for the men who
R. R. W a t so n , K R. H.
basis, but we have now reached tbe doom or dam, I met Ihe perfect railroad being promoted.
men
and
young
women,
of
our
race
O. A . M in t o n y e . C. C.
of which is to defeat legislation that spend tbeir lives in their service,
point where farming must be placed princess and bade adieu to quinces
Astoria has ordered three districts
the Federal Government has not to shrink from hardships if they
i j Y T H IA N SISTERS— Justus Tempie is greatly desired either by the ad­
upon
a business basis as well
ol streets bard-surfaced
could
feel
the
touch
of
elbows
and
--sedately
we
sat
down
to
prate
of
been
able
to
arrive
at
any
solution
l
No. 35, meets first and Third Mon­ ministration, Congress or the coun­
“ The problem confronting us to peach and apple jam. We spoke no
day nights in W . O. W . Hal!.
Eakeport has a gravity water
of the problem by which its old peo­ have tbesenseof comradeship which
try.
Mss. G e > boe D a v i s , M. E. C.
day is not so much that of increas­ word of wooing, we did not gush system from Clesr Lake.
tbe
soldier
has
Our
boys
and
girls
ple are to be provided lor. There
M r s . F red L in e u a b , K. of K
ing production as it is disposing of on art— above the ringdove’s cooing
NO H IC K O R Y S W IT C H E S N KKD KI)
Rains and snows insure good
are several hundred men and wom­ as well as the men and women of
ED M EN — Coouille Tribe No. 46, I
the produce at equitable prices I heard her beating heart— but softly 1 crops for central Oregon.
tbe
farmshould
develope
team
work.
There
has
been
considerable
spec­
O. R. M., meets every Friday night
en of more than seventy years of
i n W. O. W . Hall.
ulation as to just what tbe Admin­ age working in tbe departments at They should get together and work I Bo,h Producer and consumer com- j d i d w e o t t e r > u p o D t b e s i g h i n g
East Side, Portland, Masonic
J. S. B arton , Sachem.
istration would do with the obstrep­ Washington, and they hang on be­ together lor a common cause as the P'a'u the producer that he does , breeze, a preference for butter and lodges will erect a temple.
A . P. M il l e r , C. of R.
not receive a fair price for his prod- j r e a l c r e a l n i u p e a s l
W . A. -R egular meetings of Bea- erous democrats who joined in tbe cause their pay stops entirely when soldiers.
Baker county placer mining is re­
ucts, and the consumer that he pays
. ver Camp No. 10,550 in M . W . A. filibuster against the shipping bill,
Touch
elbows
with
your
neigh­
On that mysterious mountain, be­ suming earlier than usual.
they quit work.
Hall, Front stree», first and third Bat-
too
mucti
for
them
bors,
and
get
the
sense
of
comrade­
and lent their aid to other measures
side the river Wham, where springs
urdavs in each month.
F A R M L O A N S MUST W A IT
Polk County treasurer salary has
“ When the larmer has raised his
C. D. H u dson , Consul.
ship as soldiers do Organizefarm
in opposition to tbe President. A
the happy fountain cascading in
L. H . I rv in e , Clerk.
been
cut from 1 1500 to $750.
crop
he
has
accomplished
but
half
It
appears
very
easy
for
the
ad­
ers’ clubs, not merely for the sake
good many people at tbe national
salaam, I met the perfect fair one,
The other half is sell­
N. A .— Regular meeting of
c Laurel capital thought they could see trou­ vocates of rural credits to make of haviug clubs, but for the sake of of his work
Nibley-Miunaugh
sawmill, Wal­
with dreamy eyes that dare one—
• amp No. 2972 at M. W , . A . Hall,
known their views in support of accomplishing something for the ing and this determines his year’s
lowa,
running
with
full
crew.
Fronti street, second and fourth Tues­ ble ahead for the factionists in tbe
and blithely we sat down to speak
legislation of this kind, but appar­ buildiDg up of the rural community, profits. In marketing his produce
day n ghts in each month.
O.
W.
R
&
N.
and
Union
Pacific
Democratic
paity,
but
indications
of
mutton
chops
and
lamb.
We
M ar y K e r n , Ora cle.
he comes face to face with his great­
L aura B randon , Rec. are i'uat the olive branch hangs on ently there bas been no disposition for the study of the problems of
did not d s-ell on fables of ancient are placing orders for lumber.
on tbe part of tbe past Congress to your community. People seldom est problem.
J. B. Howell and J. W.Stevenson
foreign folk—-beyond the palace
O. W .— Myrtle
amp No. 197, he mantle at the White House
“ The largest cotton crop and the
• meets every Wednesday at 7 :30 and will be used in place of tbe pass a law redeeming this hope on get together by merely saying, “ Go
gable I saw the kitchen smoke— are making violins at Glendale.
p. in. at W . 0 . W . Hall.
tbe part of some of tbe agricultural to it now, let us be united.” They largest corn crop in the history of
hickory or birch switch.
we made no classic flivver, we
Lee Currie, C. C.
Portland— J. H. Henry will erect
interests ot tbe country.
It is sus­ are more likely to get together our nation have yielded the produ­
J ohn L e n e v e , Hec.
pledged no burning vow, for both a $30,000 residence on Central road.
G O V E R N M E N T AS A SO FT SN A P
pected that tbe delay has been for when they tackle a hard job which cers of these crops less than former
_______
Cemial Point has organized a
Commissioner Brownlow, of the tbe very good reason that no one in they think important, and then be­ crops of less production and during of us liked liver— and supper’s
meets second and fourth Monday
$ 10 0 ,0 0 0 meat packing company.
nights in W . O. W . Hall.
District of Columbia, asserts that Congress has produced a very clear gin working on that job. Alter this time of heavy yield prices paid ready now.
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A nnie B u r k h o ld e r , G .N .
‘ When we learn to repay tbe bene­ method by which the desired re­ they have been working together By consumers have not reflected in
St. Helens— McCormick mi l l s
M a r y A. P ier ce , Clerk.
Quick Action
fits we receive from it; when we get sults might be obtained.
have contract for 11,000,000 feet of
for a while they find that they are a ProPer degree the low prices paid
ARM ERS UNION.— Regular meet­
ties.
ings second and fourth Saturdays in sway trom tbe idea of using the
thinking togetber and are develop to the farmers
O R G A N IZ IN G T H E F A R M E R S
We wish to “ talk it over," “ so
each month in W . O. W . Hall.
Government as a 'soft snap,’ ’ ’ then
“ It is evident that there ¡slack of
La Grande—March 5 Made-in*
ing
the
feeling
of
comradeship.
F ran k B u r k h o ld e r , Pres.
the people may know” that the
The Department of Agriculture
government ownership will be a
O. A. M in t o n y e , Sec.
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an efficient system of distribution
Union
county banquet attended by
Marshfield dailirs are not the only
bas issued some interesting material
practical possibility.
and marketing of agricultural prod­
500.
r a t e r n a l a i d N o . 308, meet* the
Celebrates
89
th
Birthday
pebbles
on
the
beach
when
it
comes
second and fourth Thursdays each
Importance is attached to the re­ as to the best manner for organisa*
ucts. While one market is suffer­
Marshfield black sand teats $3 a
to the effectiveness of their want
month at W. 0 . W . Hall.
marks
from the fact that Mr. Brown- tion among farmers, in order that
ing from conjestion caused by over­
M rs . C h a s . E v l a n d , Pres.
ton
in gold and 32 cents in plati­
Friday
of
last
week,
Mrs
Eliza­
ads. For instance, some months
M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec. low is one cl the more recent ap­ they may better promote farm pro­
supply, another may be suffering
num.
beth (Grandma) Leneve, of this city,
ago
Chas
Walker
fouud
a
W.
O.
duction,
marketing,
purchasing
pointees to a prominent position by
from dearth, even though tons of
The Frank Schmitt planing mill
W. watch charm.
He advettised
supplies, attending to their finances, celebrated her 89th birthday. She
Educational Organizations and Clubs President Wilson.
food at the same time may be wast­
was
bora
in
tbe
State
of
Illi-
for the owner in the Herald want will erect a large new plant at Port­
accounting
and
transportation.
It
OQ U I I L E
EDUCATIONAL
ing in fields and orchards for want
D A N G E R FROM S P A R K IN G
ads, to the amuuut of 50 cents. He land.
At the age
L E A G U E — Meets monthly at the
bas been suggested that aome ofin°i*tn the year 1826
of profitable market. The remedy
High School Building during the school The torest service says that there
a of twenty-five she accompanied bet
paid for the ad and later sold the
these
organizations
may
be
in
Portland good roads boosters
year for the purpose ot discussing edu­
were 503 fires on the national forest way a violation of the Sherman 1 husband on a journey
journey across the for this is more equitable distribu­ charm to J. E Quick to reimburse would initiate a $1,000,000 bond
cational topics.
B ird ie H k k k ie , P ie s .
purchase area in the eastern states auti-trust law; and this law, in the plains, and to this state, with an ox tion.”
himself. A week or so ago the issue.
E dna H aklo ckkk , Hec.
Mr. Bassett considered many of
during 1914, and 319 of these were case ot big business has enforced its team. There were several others
man who lost it saw the charm and
Gottschalk & Frey erecting 30,*
the main factors that must he taken
O K E EL K LU B— A business men’ s caused by spatks from locomotives
in the party and many were the ex ­
was glad to give Mr. Quick his 000 capacity sawmill at Forest
penalties
with
the
big
stick.
social organisation. Hall in Laird's
into account in solving this great
Gut of 272 fires in Virginia alone,
citing times they had with Indians.
money back. Pretty good work for Grove.
building, Second street.
T H E N 1FTV A R T O F K N IT T IN G
L J. C a r y , Pres-
227 were from locomotive sparks.
But after many hardships they problem of marketing, and reports a want ad, but here is a mure im
In
view
of
the
fact
that
some
day
W . C. K ndioott , Pec.
Organized labor has established a
of these will be offered the people
,
r
r .
! ! 1 1
presstve and a perfectly truthful sto­
P R E S ID E N T TA BO O S T H E “ 400”
the w .r will be over and socks for , reached Oregon in the year 1851
national union-label mail order
from time to time through the news­
OM M ERCIAL CLUB— L eo J. C a r y
President Wilson recently de­ soldiers will not be needed, it has She and der husband settled at Par- papers, which will be furnished the ry. Mr-. G R. Wickham lost a house.
President; L. H. H a z a r d ,Secretary
clared that tbe world could dispense been frequently suggested that the kersburg on the lower river. They information in brief College bulletin G. A. R pin that she thought a lot
Jennie Strong and Mrs. R. L-
of. She went to our hated rival up
Transportation Facilities
with high society and never miss it; Departments at Washington ought moved to this place a few years stories
Hart
are conducting a sawmill at
the street and ordered a waut ad
whereupon some of the fashionable to use their best endeavors to en­ after they bad settled there, and
R A IN S— Leave, south bound 8:10 a.
Peoria.
Grandma
states
that
the
town
is
inserted. Note the contrast now:
set replied to tbe effect that people courage tbe women to continue
in. and 2:40 p. m.
Study Club
May 3 to 8 will be locks opening
W:26 a. m. and 4:26 p. in.
She came down to the Herald of­
ot wealth, refioement and education their good work fur purposes of the somewhat different to-day than
week for Celilo and Oregon City
when
she
first
set
eyes
on
it,
as
at
--------
fice
to
put
an
ad
in
this
paper,
and
OATS— Six boats plying on the Co­ who in a large measure constitute needy at home.
The convalescent
0 ° Monday of last week, the as soon as she told whst she want­ canals.
quille river afford ample accommo­ what is known as the “ best society”
wards of hundreds of hospitals are that time it only consisted of a very
dation lor carrying freight and paasen
few
cabins
and
houses.
She
has
Woman’s
Study Club met, as usual, ed the editor reached into a pigeon
Astoria— March 16, excursions
gar« to Randon and way points. Boats are as valuable to the world and its in need of such help as is being so
been away from here several times 1 *n 'he city library.
Mrs, H. W. hole aud took out the safe, lifted off meet steamer Great Northern at
eave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9 :20 and 9 :50 a. m. affairs as any other class of people.
freely rendered by the enthusiastic
and at 1 :00, 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. m.
A cluse reading of what the Presi­ women who are knitting and sew­ since she settled here, making one Young read a paper on “ Some De­ the cover and produced her pin, Flavel.
g l ’ AGE— J. L. Lain!, proprietor. De­
trip to the Hawiian Islands, and | tails ol the Conquest, and Mrs. S. which had been handed to him earl
Ship building plants on the coast
parts 5 :3 0 p. m. for Kiseburg via dent said does not indicate that he ing for foreign soldiers.
several to California and one b a c k V-Epperson one on “ Three Centu- ier in the day. When quick action are rushed with orders for new
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Myrtle Point,carrving tbe United Statee was attacking worthy people, but
■nail and pasengers.
East to her old home, but she has | "es Under the Spanish Yoke.” is wanted, come to the Herald want vessels.
simply meant to pay his “ lack ol
Wise Spiders
F.
lived
here practically all the time Another paper which was on the ad department.
L
_
respect” to tbe silly dunces who
State architect’s office and salary
master. The mails close as follows:
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When Mark Twain in bis early since 1851. She is still real spry program will be given next time.
of $4500 abolished and official put
Myrtle Point 7 :40 a.m . 5:20, 2:35 p.in. are most conspicuous in the world
Marshfield 9:06 a. in. and 4:15 p. m. because of their attempts at putting days was editor of a Missouri paper and has an excellent memory, and The papers assigned on this occas­
Coldsst on Record.
on tees.
Bandon, way points, 8 :45 a m. Norway
ion were: “ Sundry Details of Span­
“ H uh!" contemptuously ejaculated
can
recall
many
interesting
inci­
a
superstitious
subscfiber
wrote
to
and Aragol2:55 p.m. Eastern mail 5:20 on airs.
O. W R. A N. Co. will spend
P
|X * « 4 «
n ll
*,«
7 r 'J A A
ish Rule,” “ Explorations in the Uncle Oracle Onkeu during a spell of
Eastern m
mail
arrives
7 :30 a. WS
m. I
him saying that he had found a dents ol many years ago.
T H E IN COM E T A X
$700,000
on tracks aud vi ducts at
low
temperature.
"
You
young
fellows
A birthday party was given in Vice Regal Period.” and "The don't know anything about cold weath­
Portland.
City and Countv Officers
In order to be certain that all in­ spider in bis paper and asked if it
Work
of
the
Mission
Fathers.”
was a sign o; good or bad luck. her honor by her daughter Mrs. W.
er
Why, I remember the winter of
Malheur— Worsham & Hetrick
Just now when we are all anx­ eighteen hundred and so forth when It
M ayor........ ......................... A. T. Morrison come tax statements shall be filed
C Rose.
Those present were:
The
humorist
wrote
his
answer
and
Recorder.............................J. 8. Lawrence in time, a penalty ot not exceeding
will buy Flyun sawmill to cut min­
iously
watching
the
great
war
across
was
no
cold
that
If
you
flung
u
cun
of
George
Robinson
and
wife,
Paul
Treasurer................................... R. H. Mast
$10,000 is provided in the Federal printed it: “ Old Subscriber—Find­
Engineer.........................P. M. Hall-Lewis
Sterling and wile, J W. Leneve the water, most people are out of b’llln' water out o' doors It cracked ing timbers.
Marshal......................................A. P. Miller la w.
Therefore, all people who ing a apider in your paper is neith­
like a gun. Yes, sir. and a live coal
State has ordered 600 bushels of
er good nor bad luck. Tbe spider and wile, W. M. Way and wife, W patience with Mexico, who so per- would freeze cold In five minutes.
Night Marshal.................Oscar WicKliam
seed
to establish flax industry at the
Water Superintendent ...8. V. Epperson have not made their proper report
C.
Rose
and
wile
and
Lans
Leneve
sistently
forces
herself
on
public
was merely looking over your pa*
Worse than that, your conversation ac­
Fire C ilia ,................................ W . C. Chase March I, should hasten to make
and wife
All being relatives 0t | notice— “ butts into big headlines,” tually froze before it could be heard. State Prison,
per
to
see
which
merchant
is
not
Councilmen—Jesse Byers, C. T. Hkeels
settlement for their absent minded­
C. I. Kime, Ned C.Kelley, W . H. Ly­
The Dalles— Knights of Pythias
An excellent I was about to say, but one should I knew a stutterin' man who talked
advertising, so he will know where Grandma Leneve.
ons, O. C. Sanford. Regular meetings ness.
not
be
slangy,
although
slang
is
chopi
ed
Ice,
and
n
feller
who
drnwled
are
to erect a four-story concrete
dinner
was
served
by
Mrs.
Rose,
the other spiders have got their
first and third Mondays each month.
LU C K Y COM M ISSION ERS
and was enjoyed by all present. sometimes so temptingly expressive. so that hts remarks froze In hts throat lodge building.
webs up.
and had to be extracted with a cork­
Justice of the Peace...........J. J. Stanley
Perhaps tbe best position in tbe
Tbe table was decorated in purple I dare say lots of lolks wondet why
Crown Point, 22 miles from Port­
screw. Yon bad to heat your watch
Constable..... ...................... Ned C. Kelley Government is that of membership
tbe
members
of
the
Stndy
Club
have
and white and many beautiful flow­
Orders Placed
,
,
,
.
, , .
every now and then or It would tick land on the Columbia highway, is
of the new Federal Trade Commis­
ers adorned the room Mrs. Leneve seen fit to take up the study of this |tht.lf fu|| of ((0rtlcJp, of k.„ and *to„ to have a $10,000 Chalet inn.
County Judge
..........Jamea Watson
sion
since
it
pays
$10,000
a
year,
That
times
are
improving
and
received many beautiful presents. obstrepetous nation, this year of all runntu’. Us troys used to have 1 lire it
Commissioners— W . T. Dement, Geo. J.
Governor Withycombe is keeping
Armstrong
and after the commission is fully es­ business again reaching normal pro­ Every one is confident that if she years L ots o f people are not aware j l ° ke When visitors came w e would
slip up and put a lot of frozen shrieks up the retrenchment work Officials
Clerk...................................... Robt. Watson
tablished tbe term of office will be portions is indicated by the demand can only keep her preseut health that the choice was made last May and howls In the fireplace, aud when
Sheriff .......................Alfred Johnron. Jr.
dropped and salaries cut are daily
Treasurer
.................. T . M. Dimmick seven years. There are no other which Western railroads are mak­ she will live to celebrate her bun- and at that time Mexico held, un­ they thawed out they’d yell like de­
occurrences.
Assessor.......... ......................... T. J. Thrift
mons
and
we’d
bare
a
good
laugh
at
disputed.
tbe
centre
of
tbe
stage.
School Supt,
Raymond E. Baker officials of tbe Governmant, with ing on tbe lumbermen for material. dreth birthday.
the visitors’ surprise Aw, yes. It was
Contracts for expending $60 1,000
Surveyor
C. F. McCnllock the exception ot ju d ges w ho serve Tbe Union Pacific has recently
Mrs. Leneve state* that on the lot There were reasons enough given aortei cold that wluter.’’— Exchange.
Coroner.............................F. E. Wilson
on
the Teal irrigation tracts in
Health Officer..............Dr. Walter Cultn as long and the salary is larger than placed an order for 1,200,000 feet where the Herald office now stands (or knowiug more about ber she is
Umatilla
county have been let to
out
sister
republic,
and
all
that,
you
that paid to senators, representa­ ol fir lumber to be delivered imme- there wai a log cabin just two logs
A bridge is to be built over tbe
tives or judges of the circuit and diately to car shops in the East, high and covered with rough boards, know. And aftei all, there are no north fork of the Siuslaw between Porter Bros.
Societies will get the very best
On Portland city contracts the
regrets in the Club, for Mexico is Acme and Florence.
district courts
The judges who and it is expected that a further or- ¡n which they lived for a year,
Oswego
Iron Works get $128,413
intensely
interesting—
yes,even
now
will pass upon tbe findings of this der for 1,000,0000 feet from the |
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Salem - Three Justices of the Su- for cast iron pipe and Smith &
commission each r -ceive three thou- same road will be placed with mills
A good sign for Oregon—dairy when the map of Europe is going
at the office of Coquille Herald
By the by, I suppose we pteme Court will build new homes. Watson $2730 for fittings
to pieces
gj| sand dollars less than the members in this section very soon.
products increasing in January.
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